Sadhana is a second year MA student who is an old soul trapped inside a young person. She’s obsessed with finding sociological explanations in seemingly common cultural practices and is interested in gender studies, development and policy-making. She strongly identifies with the spirit of a panda and loves blinding sunflowers. In her free time, you can find her watching food videos, making endless lists, roaming through quaint bookstores and fangirling over Michelle Obama or AOC.
As a journalist, Arnab Goswami has had ample opportunities to unlearn systemic prejudices — misogyny, casteism and Islamophobia to name a few. Yet, he chooses to remain complicit in systems that were designed to structurally discriminate against the minorities in India.
Speaking about her choice of gender-focused films, Vidya Balan had said - 'It's about finding my answers and thinking aloud', she goes on to call herself 'a work-in-progress feminist'. The mothers that Vidya Balan play do not adhere to the rulebook of motherhood that patriarchy hands down to every woman.
Indian Matchmaking follows the lives of Indian individuals trying to get married through a matchmaker based in Mumbai, Sima Taparia. Another lesser known Netflix venture that she was a part of, was a documentary titled 'A Suitable Girl'.